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Old 26th April 2013, 03:22 AM
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I am clueless as to whether or not there is a modal. I get my information from the R1a Project (Lapinski, et al.). The reason, it looks like, that I was sent emails to have the CTS4385 SNP test done is that no one with L664+ roots in the Scandinavian peninsula has had it done yet. So I am filling in a gap.
I just tried to also test for SNP F871, but FTDNA doesn't offer that SNP test. Someone from Sweden, who is in my sub-clade, tested positive for F871.
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Old 26th April 2013, 06:05 AM
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I just tried to also test for SNP F871, but FTDNA doesn't offer that SNP test. Someone from Sweden, who is in my sub-clade, tested positive for F871.
You could check out at ysearch all the people who are closest to you at 67 markers and copy and paste them to the McGee utility.You can create your modal there.
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Old 26th April 2013, 01:01 PM
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You could check out at ysearch all the people who are closest to you at 67 markers and copy and paste them to the McGee utility.You can create your modal there.
That's too complicated for my feeble brain and old laptop. As far as FTDNA is concerned, I have only one match at 67 markers, with 7 steps. He is from Norway.

L664 is now tentatively divided into 4 branches (see R1a project, Lapinski et al). The B group (my group) is mainly Scandinavia plus Viking areas in the UK. Group C looks to be close to group B. Groups A and D are mainly continental and UK.
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Old 14th June 2013, 10:58 PM
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I have a rare new 12 marker match (1 step) dated yesterday, although I don't know if he is L664. He has an email address in Norway. I basically don't know who my ancestors were in Norway, so it wouldn't be much use to follow it up. Anyway, I now have a total of 12 twelve marker matches, 2 of which are "private". Two of those matches have "Dr." in front of them.
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Old 21st June 2013, 01:55 PM
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I have a rare new 12 marker match (1 step) dated yesterday, although I don't know if he is L664. He has an email address in Norway. I basically don't know who my ancestors were in Norway, so it wouldn't be much use to follow it up. Anyway, I now have a total of 12 twelve marker matches, 2 of which are "private". Two of those matches have "Dr." in front of them.
And yet another match! I hope they get an L664 test.
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Old 22nd June 2013, 04:33 AM
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And yet another match! I hope they get an L664 test.
I have at least 1000 12 marker matches.Three of them match me in SNPs and they are relatives.
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Old 25th June 2013, 03:17 PM
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I have 13 HVR1 matches ,seven from Iberia and three from France.I have two FMS matches,one in Ireland and the other in Scotland.
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Old 14th October 2013, 11:55 PM
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There are now 6 people in my B3 subgroup on the R1a project (Lapinski, et al.), including myself. Plus there is another (Norwegian) that I know of who is not in the project. Most are from Norway; 1 from southern Finland, 1 from Ireland, and now a new one from Scotland. So it looks like my little group had Viking adventurers among them.
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Old 15th October 2013, 02:14 AM
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There are now 6 people in my B3 subgroup on the R1a project (Lapinski, et al.), including myself. Plus there is another (Norwegian) that I know of who is not in the project. Most are from Norway; 1 from southern Finland, 1 from Ireland, and now a new one from Scotland. So it looks like my little group had Viking adventurers among them.
I looked at the R1a tree and it shows L664 at 3000 BC.That is a few years before the origin of the Vikings!!!
I am impressed with the R1a project.It is one of the best that I have seen so far.
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Old 15th October 2013, 02:31 AM
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I looked at the R1a tree and it shows L664 at 3000 BC.That is a few years before the origin of the Vikings!!!
I am impressed with the R1a project.It is one of the best that I have seen so far.
I didn't mean L664 in general. I was thinking of my tiny B3 subgroup, which has its base in Norway.
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